Eliza Hayley

Standard Name: Hayley, Eliza


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Friends, Associates Anna Seward
Her relationship with the fashionable poet and author William Hayley was another in which each party flattered the other. She kept up with Hayley's wife, Eliza (who was also a writer, less ambitious and less...
Friends, Associates Charlotte Smith
William Hayley helped CS publish her first book. Her biographer Loraine Fletcher thinks she faked a sudden attack of illness, in the wake of her husband's imprisonment and release, in order to drop in at...
Friends, Associates Mariana Starke
From at least the late 1770s MS and her family were on terms of close friendship with Eliza and William Hayley ; Mariana's earliest extant letter to Eliza Hayley is dated 22 December 1780. William...
Textual Production Anne-Thérèse de Lambert
Two essays of a proto-feminist tendency by ATL were translated into English by Eliza Hayley as Essays on Friendship and Old-Age.
OCLC WorldCat. http://www.oclc.org/firstsearch/content/worldcat/. Accessed 1999.
Textual Production Charlotte Smith
It was small but handsome. Thomas Stothard did two of the illustrations. His design for sonnet 12 (Written on the Sea Shore.—October 1784—the month in which she crossed the Channel with her children...
Travel Anna Seward
AS spent six weeks visiting William and Eliza Hayley at Eartham in Sussex.
Ashmun, Margaret. The Singing Swan. Yale University Press; H. Milford, Oxford University Press.
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Lambert, Anne-Thérèse de. Essays on Friendship and Old-Age. Translator Hayley, Eliza, Dodsley, 1780.
Hayley, Eliza, and Anne-Thérèse de Lambert. “Introductory Letter to William Melmoth, Esq”. Essays on Friendship and Old-Age, Dodsley, 1780, pp. 5-34.